Playing the complex role of an escaped cult member, still haunted by the abuse of her recent past even as she struggles to regain her footing in reality, could be a daunting experience for a veteran…
Three helmers who made distinctive indie dramas demonstrate range and tenacity
It's been a heady year for Borderline Films, the shingle launched by three ambitious NYU film students whose latest pic "Martha Marcy May Marlene" opened last weekend to a promising $137,000 from…
Abigail Breslin is growing up on screen, commiting to topline Beth Schacter's indie comedy "A Virgin Mary" just weeks after signing on to the adult-themed true crime pic "The Class Project."
Heralds the arrival of talented tyro Sean Durkin and promising new star Elizabeth Olsen.
The Farrelly brothers are taking another stab at TV, partnering with scribe Wil Calhoun ("Friends") and producer Ben Silverman ("Ugly Betty") to adapt the BBC skein "I'm With Stupid."
While Black History Month would seem the most appropriate time of the year to air programming focusing on African-Americans, TV execs emphasize that their scheduling extends beyond February.